Biometric Identification [presentation]

August 21, 2016

Biometric identification is getting more common – borders, phones, doors. But I argue that it is not by itself a good approach. I tried to explain this in a short talk, and here are the slides Biometric features can’t be changed, can’t be revoked – they are there forever. If someone gets hold of them […]


Identity in the Digital World

May 21, 2016

“Identity” is a set of features that allow unique identification of a person and distinguishing them from others. That sounds simple enough, but it turns out to have a lot of implications in the modern, connected, global world. Identity today is government managed. You are nobody if a government hasn’t confirmed that you are indeed […]


Electronic Identification

December 1, 2015

On the conference where I spoke about e-voting, I had another talk that focused on e-identification (which is a mandatory step for e-voting). It is in Bulgarian and EU context, given the new EU Regulation that aims at cross-border e-identification. Nearly 2 years ago I did a campaign for that, not knowing the European parliament […]